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Commercial property prices booming ONE of the last under-developed blocks of land on the commercial strip of Nepean Highway in Mornington is up for auction next month with an estimated value of $6 million. No 988 is currently occupied by Adams Peninsula Garden Supplies between Kia Motors and Mornington Hyundai. It is 6421 square metres on two titles and runs through to Yuilles Rd, one of few blocks to do so. The larger block is 5521sqm and the second is 900sqm but the property will be sold as one tract. Listing agent Kevin Wright of Mornington said the bigger block had been in the same family for about 45 years. They had bought the adjoining smaller block some years later. He said the block was zoned Commercial 1 and Industrial 3.

Most of the town’s car dealerships had looked at the property, he said. Mr Wright said commercial properties in Main St, Mornington, had been buoyant in recent weeks. He has sold four – number 17 for $2.1 million (a two-storey building occupied by Splash of Red on ground level and a beauty parlour upstairs), number 38 for $1 million (women’s clothing), number 108 for $1.6 million (also women’s clothing), and number 321 for $1.35 million (which includes the office of Mornington MP David Morris). Mr Wright said most of the sales had been to retired people living on the peninsula. Mike Hast

Night bust catches abalone poachers TWO men will be charged on summons after they were allegedly caught taking abalone at Portsea on Friday 7 August. Their haul was over the catch limit and in the closed season. Fisheries officers patrolling the ocean beach at London Bridge intercepted the men just before midnight. A 42-year-old man from Cranbourne will be charged on summons with taking 49 abalone during the closed season, at night and with taking undersized abalone. He and another man are also expected to be charged on summons for allegedly obstructing fisheries officers in their duties, which carries a maximum penalty of $18,000, 12 months’ jail or both. Fisheries Victoria education and enforcement director Ian Parks said the abalone season was

permanently closed in central Victorian waters, except for nominated open days during the year. Abalone can only be taken between sunrise and sunset. “Abalone poaching threatens the sustainability of the fishery and opportunities for future generations of fishers,” Mr Parks said. “This is a good reminder that strict restrictions are in place to protect our resources and ensure they are shared among all users.” He said shellfish can only be taken in more than two metres of water to protect the intertidal zone. On open days, the daily bag limit is five abalone a person, of which no more than two can be greenlip. For details go to vic.gov.au/fisheries or the Victorian Recreational Fishing Guide.

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